The flag of Serbia features three horizontal stripes of red, blue, and white, with the coat of arms of Serbia in the center. The coat of arms consists of a two-headed white eagle with a shield on its chest, which features a smaller red shield with a white cross on a red background. The eagle is a symbol of Serbia’s history and traditions, while the shield represents the Serbian Orthodox Church and the cross represents Christianity. The colors red, blue, and white are traditional Slavic colors and represent liberty, justice, and equality, respectively.